Jeff Erickson and Chris Liss discuss strategy for snagging saves versus paying attention to ADP.
Christian Yelich hit .205 in 2020. Jeff worries about his average in 2021, but Liss expects a nice bounce back.
A dominant performance by Tyreek Hill showed why he's the best wideout in the NFL.
Four of the five writers like Davante Adams and the Packers as three-point home favorites over the Buccaneers.
Chris Liss is on both favorites, including Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, but doesn't feel strongly about it.
Tom Brady is now one win away from his 10th Super Bowl appearance.
The Staff likes Josh Allen and the Bills laying 2.5 points at home against the Ravens.
Chris Liss especially likes Drew Brees and the Saints as three-point home favorites against the Buccaneers.
ESPN's Andre Snelling discusses with Liss and Jeff how he views younger players versus Laker veterans such as LeBron James and Anthony Davis.
Is perception greater than reality for Zion Williamson?
Ben Roethlisberger filled up the stat sheet with 501 yards, four touchdowns and four disastrous picks.
The Staff likes Lamar Jackson and the Ravens laying three in Tennessee.
Chris Liss is laying the 6.5 with Josh Allen and the Bills at home against the Colts.
Liss has changed his mind on Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa and explains why to Jeff. Jeff defends Tua, somewhat.
Deshaun Watson's historic season was wasted on the 4-12 Texans.
Travis Kelce, along with teammates Tyreek Hill and Patrick Mahomes, top the lists at their respective positions.
The Staff likes Kirk Cousins and the Vikings as seven-point road favorites against the Lions.
Jonathan Taylor and the Colts, home against the Jaguars, are the chalk and for good reason.
Chris Liss likes Allen Robinson and the Bears as 5.5-point home underdogs against the Packers.
Predicting Van would outscore Justin Jefferson didn't entirely pan out.
Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs come up big against the Patriots.
Jeff & Liss recap all of Sunday's Week 16 NFL action. The Packers dominate the Titans in a snowy game. The Raiders-Dolphins game had a crazy finish. What is Philip Rivers' legacy?
Davante Adams had three more touchdown catches, giving him 17 in only 13 games.
Monster games from Jeff Wilson and Myles Gaskin could turn some league title match-ups.
Alvin Kamara scored six touchdowns in an epic performance, and it could have been seven or eight.
The Staff likes Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers to bounce back as home dogs against the Colts.
Chris Liss likes Derrick Henry and the Titans getting 3.5 in Green Bay.
Check your pool's ownership percentages before making your pick, but the Giants should have a hard time keeping up with Lamar Jackson and the Ravens.
So what if I took a tight end at 1.1 and left you Christian McCaffrey at 1.2? Side bet, why absolutely. Name your price!
Chris Liss regrets not parlaying the Bengals and Jets moneylines this week.
Joe & Liss recap all of Sunday's Week 15 NFL action. The Jets get their first win of the season in a major upset. Jalen Hurts and Tua Tagovailoa are proving themselves worthy for their franchises.
Jalen Hurts looked like the long-term solution for the Eagles in a tough loss to the Cardinals.
Josh Allen had his way with the Broncos defense, even on a goal-to-go from the 30-yard line.
Justin Herbert looked awfully sharp in his team's win over the Raiders.
The Staff likes Drew Lock and the Broncos getting 6.5 at home against the Bills.
Lots of massive favorites on this slate, and none bigger -- or more obvious -- than Jared Goff and the Rams hosting the Jets.
Chris Liss likes Brandon Aiyuk and the 49ers laying three on the road in Dallas.
Liss and Jeff debate whether or not Leonard Fournette is the next Trent Richardson.
Do Ryan Tannehill and the Titans have a better shot for a deep postseason run than more conservative teams like the Colts and Steelers?
Lamar Jackson made some errant throws, but he ran well and delivered big when it counted most.
Liss likes what he saw from Eagles QB Jalen Hurts. Jeff agrees. Here are the details.
Jeff and Liss recap all of Sunday's Week 14 NFL action. Jalen Hurts leads the Eagles over the Saints. Pittsburgh's problematic offense gets exposed. Many defensive touchdowns occurred.
It was too late for some, but Jonathan Taylor finally looks like the player many anticipated before the season.
Cam Akers was the clear workhorse in a convincing win over the Patriots.
Hoping Jalen Hurts can jump start Miles Sanders and the rest of offense, the Staff took Eagles getting seven points at home against the Saints.
Russell Wilson and the Seahawks, home against the Jets, are easily the safest play, but if more than 54 percent of your pool is on them, pivot to one of the other options.
Chris Liss is laying the 3.5 in the Andy Dalton revenge game.
Lamar Jackson looked spry in his return from COVID on Tuesday night.
Congrats on drafting Dalvin Cook and making your fantasy playoffs. But what do you do about Cook facing the Buccaneers in the first round?
The best thing you can do if you made an error, like leaving Baker Mayfield on your bench this weekend, is to take the L and let it go.